Child care or camp or youth activity bubbles are separate from household bubbles. This means that if you send your child to camp or preschool or other youth activity, you don't have to forgo bubbling with your extended family or friends. Your child can be in both bubbles. As of August 17, 2020, a child can participate in two bubbles outside their household (childcare or camp or youth activity) during any three week period.
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Yes, all members of a household must be counted towards the same social bubble.
A social bubble is a stable group of 12 individuals or less, who can attend outdoor social or other outdoor events together. A social bubble may be made up of a combination of households, but no household or person may participate in more than one Social Bubble (except for children in childcare situations, explained below). Each member of the household must be counted as part of the same social bubble.
No, social bubbles can only be a maximum of 12 individuals.